Berry Bros – A new season of virtual events
This spring, explore some of the world’s most iconic wine regions from the comfort of your own home.
We’ve just updated our programme with a new range of virtual tastings and talks. In the line-up, you’ll find a cheese and wine tasting, a St Julien masterclass and a tour of California’s wine regions.
Hosted by our experts, our even
ts offer the perfect way to immerse yourself in the rich world of wines and spirits – a unique educational experience to share with your household.
Explore the virtual events
Burgundy 2017 with Adam Bruntlett
Adam Bruntlett, our Burgundy Buyer, describes the ’17 vintage as “fresh, transparent and energetic, putting a smile on your face”. In this virtual tasting, he’ll taste through two reds and two whites from his favourite appellations.
In conversation with Véronique Sanders from
Join Véronique for an evening of conversation, hosted by wine specialist Adam Holden. We’ll take a closer look at the history of Ch. Haut-Bailly, talk about the estate’s terroir, and discuss what to expect from the upcoming vintage.
St Julien with Barbara Drew MW
Barbara will focus on the smallest of the ‘Big Four’ Médoc communes, guiding you through four wines from the 2010 and ’14 vintages. You’ll leave with a better understanding of St Julien and the differences between a few of its key properties.
Wine and cheese with Paxton & Whitfield
We’ve partnered with our neighbour Paxton & Whitfield to bring you an evening of wine and cheese. We’ll taste through a selection of wines from France, Spain and South Africa, which will be complemented by a range of fabulous cheeses.
Burgundy’s hidden whites with Jasper Morris MW
Jasper will guide you through four delicious, under-the-radar whites from Burgundy’s lesser-known appellations. He’ll discuss what he loves about these regions and why they fully deserve your attention.
Exploring California’s wines
This tasting will introduce you to a handful of wine styles from California, which reflect the variety of the region’s climates. From delicate whites to full-bodied reds, you’ll taste through four wines representing the wide scope of Californian winemaking.